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May 30, 2014

Councilor Jones to host Town Hall Meeting

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City Councilwoman Kaye Jones will host her Regular Town Hall meeting on June 2 at 6:30 pm at 2215 Madison St., in the Gas & Water Administration Building.

This meeting is open to the public, not just Ward 11. She will be discussing the current City of Clarksville Budget hearings, the potential loss of the new Fire Station at Exit 1, with the money for that Station moved to build Station 12 at Exit 8, the potential purchase of land downtown to host a possible green space or “pocket park” that the Two Rivers Corp. has taken an option to purchase , and many more issues to include the Inter-local agreement on the lighting of the RJ Corman Railroad bridge.

The meeting will also discuss two new re-zonings that will affect the residents of Ward 11 and the city in general.

The first re-zoning involves Residential Property to Office Professional for a property at Stokes Rd. and Warfield Blvd.

The second one is a re-zoning of land zoned Agriculture to R2 single family homes.This will add 300 more homes to Trenton Rd., and an estimated 2800 cars a day to an already congested road. The State has said that it will not be doing anything with it anytime soon, according to Jones. The Street department ordered a Traffic Study and the report said the level of service for that road has actually improved.

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